Red small fruits are like a string of beads
What is Rivina
Rivina , baby peppers a, pigeonberry, rougeplant, or bloodberry , scientific name: Rivina humilis, is native to tropical America such as Mexico and Brazil and is a shade-tolerance ,non-hardy, evergreen shrub of the genus Rivina, Department of Petiveriaceae. The white one looks like a flower petal, not the sepals. Many racemes white sepals, cherry tomatoes and red fruit; Greenhouse's anniversary will continue to bloom. In a dark green glossy oval leaves and has a broad lanceolate. Half vine with plant extracts the stem rapidly. Closed on a white background look like a pale pink buds is similar to Orchid flowers open. Fruits are shiny red, small, looks like a tomato with a branch. Flower names are on that consists of fruits like red coral beads.
Common name: Rivina, scientific name:Rivina humilis (Libya), aka: rouge plant, baby pipper, blood berry, origin: Mexico, Brazil, United States, height: 50-100 cm, leaf shape: oval to broad lanceolate, leaf arrangement: alternate, margin: wavy, inflorescence length: 5-8 cm, flower diameter:0.3~0.4cm, fruit diameter:0.5cm, color: white, fruit color: red, yellow, purple, flowering: anniversary (mainly, from June to October).